Regardless how careful I was in screwing the lid back on my tube of E6000 glue – it would dry out. So I tried something different.
I left the lid on the tube and put a hole in the side of tube towards the top.
After getting the glue that I need I put a piece of duct tape over the hole. When I need the glue days/weeks later I just peel back the tape. Any hardened glue comes away with the tape and fresh glue is immediately available. The same piece of tape can be replaced back over the hole or you can use a fresh piece. Either way it’s a lot less hassle than trying to get the glue out of the intended nozzle.